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TARTAN is a design of straight lines crossing at right-angles, not the fabric itself (Arrowword, January 29).

THE British mini-submarine was called an X-Craft and not a U-boat, which was German (Page 29, February 3).

ADOLF Hitler was born in Austria in a village called Braunau (Page 21, January 30).

NOTHING can fall by 500 per cent. If a number drops by 100 per cent it becomes zero (Page 4, February 3).

THE capital of Rhode Island is Providence, not Newport (Page 39, February 1).
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 12, 2003
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